Macomb, Ill—Monday’s workouts ended on a strange, worrisome note for Mike Martz and the Rams coaching staff. While working on their two-minute drill, right tackle Greg Randall was blocked into quarterback Marc Bulger by defensive end Leonard Little. Bulger yelled, hunched over and grabbed his arm. Practice was ended immediately. Martz was told that Bulger was OK, but wasn’t pleased with Little or Randall saying, “Defensively, you gotta stop. This is our number one quarterback, you don’t knock (the lineman) back into the quarterback and the right tackle’s got to do a better job of blocking. He just thinks it’s a walk-through, I guess.”… For the second straight day, running back Marshall Faulk took all the reps with the first-team offense. Martz hopes Faulk, who didn’t play against the Bears in their pre-season opener last Thursday, will be ready to play in Monday’s game at Kansas City… Lamar Gordon continued to recover from foot surgery. On Monday, Martz apologized for portraying his running back as weak. Gordon played through the pain of a bone chip in his foot, which wasn’t revealed until doctors conducted a bone scan. Before that procedure, Martz questioned Gordon’s toughness because Gordon complained about the pain, even though an MRI and X-ray showed no irregularities. Martz said Monday, “This is one of the times in my career when I’m humiliated and feel stupid about this. I owe him an apology because he certainly is very tough.”